20th Century Fox is delaying the release of Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps from April 23 to September 24, a whole five months later. The delay seems to be because the studio is hoping the film can be a part of the Cannes Film Festival, which takes place in May.
Money Never Sleeps is a sequel to the 1987 classic, Wall Street, which introduced the world to the ruthless Gordon Gekko. Michael Douglas will return to play the iconic role and this time he is sharing the screen with Shia LaBeouf, rather than Charlie Sheen (who has a cameo). The first movie grossed $43.8 million at the domestic box office.